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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Wat, I'd say there aren't lots of grand sights to see, but we felt like we understood the Cambodian way of life when we were here. We didn't like all we saw though. There were lots of beggars, including children, in the big cities (although we were warned about this and we didn't think it was as bad as we thought it would be). We also saw quite a bit of violence towards kids which if it occurred in North America, would be considered child abuse, ...
... Not long after going through a very poor area we came around a corner and were greeted by a brick and concrete monstrosity rising out of the red dirt. At around six storeys high and with over 1000 rooms this new hotel had a swimming pool the size of a football field going in the middle of it. Sadly this is the future of Phu Quoc and it's beautiful beaches. Hopefully it lifts the standard of living for the locals and I guess ...
... After a couple of days in the big city we booked a tour to the mekong delta seeking floating markets and a more peaceful countryside atmosphere. Having booked through a tourist agency we didn't expect all that much from the trip...and even then it managed to underwhelm. If you go to the mekong, forget about the tours just do it yourself. One tourist trap after the other and a floating market geared more to selling sodas to tourists than agricultural wares to each other. We are ...
... to a pearl farm and then onto a boat. We toured around the south islands with a trio of English tourists, three Germans, two Vietnamese and an American. We had a go at fishing; Kate caught something, Ed did not. Then we dropped anchor near to some corals where we snorkelled around and chased some colourful fish. Lunch was on the boat that came with an optional extra of sea urchin with a lime and peanut sauce which we tried, tastes like lime and peanut. After ...
... income a substantial pearl industry and of course tourism
Today I rented a scooter and rode through the rain forest where the only industry seems to be the growing of pepper. Pencil shape trees produce the green berries which are laid to dry in the sun and slowly turn into the product we know and grind up in our pepper mills. Not much to it really.
I stopped to take some pictures. A man with a wrinkly ...